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Forward-looking Infrastructure Development Program - Track Construction, Taoyuan Circuit Briefing
Taoyuan Circuit Briefing  To promote the Forward-looking Infrastructure Development Program - Track Construction, and allow people to gain a better understanding of the government's proposed track construction, the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) launched a series of 'Forward-looking Infrastructure Development Program - Track Construction' circuit briefings.
  The Taoyuan session was held on June 26th, 2017. Legislator Cheng Po-ching, Taoyuan City Mayor Cheng Wen-tsan, and MOTC Administrative Deputy Minister Chi Wen-Jong led the Railway Reconstruction Bureau's Acting Director General, Allen Hu, and personnel of relevant units, in holding the briefing at the Taoyuan City Government, jointly providing Taoyuan citizens with explanations of the program.
  The 'Forward-looking Infrastructure Development Program - Track Construction' takes close integration of the High Speed Rail and Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) rail networks as its starting point, and the transformation of TRA rail as its foundation. It continues with carrying out upgrading and conversion of TRA rail to MRT, as well as integrating various MRT networks and stations with the development of tourism, using intensive investment and integrated operations to support track-related industries. To this end, the MOTC has proposed 38 projects for the Forward-looking Infrastructure Development Program, and allocated a special budget of NT$424.133 billion. Of these projects, the Taoyuan area's Forward-looking Track Construction will include investment in the Taoyuan Metropolitan Area Underground Railway Project, the Taoyuan MRT Green Line, the addition of the Taoyuan Airport MRT's A14 Station, the extension of the Taoyuan Green Line to Chungli, and so forth. In the future, it is expected that the barriers to development in the areas along both sides of Taoyuan's railway lines can be eliminated, and overall land utilization and balanced urban development will be achieved. The three areas of the Taoyuan Aerotropolis, Taoyuan City and Chungli will be connected, raising the efficiency of public transport, as well as coordinating with the major development plan policies of the Aerotropolis, and driving the development of urban and rural industry.
  At this briefing session, members of the public expressed concern on such issues as the time schedule, content, and environmental impact assessment of the Taoyuan Metropolitan Area Underground Railway Project, and the MOTC responded that a feasibility study review is currently being conducted, and will be reported to the Executive Yuan in the near future. In the future, while disclosure of information on the progress, schedule and content of the Forward-looking Infrastructure Development Program will be made at appropriate times on the website.

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